The EvilImp™ - The Cost Of Free
The National Dance Agency Agency in Newcastle upon Tyne offers a "free" professional class to dancers but the "principles" of participation weigh down what should be a simple process with bureaucratic nonsense and meddling.
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Mickael Marso Riviere (UK, Birmingham) Workshop
This is a(n) workshop and closes on September 19, 2016
Ever wished to try some ideas in the studio to then put them to trial in a performance platform? Award winning choreographer/Director Mickael Marso Riviere will direct and curate a multidisciplinary research lab project for emerging and semi to professional Artists.
5 days research 10.30-4pm Monday to Friday 19-23rd of September with performance opportunities indoors and outdoors on 23rd 24th and 25th of September as part of B-SIDE Hip-Hop Festival. This workshop will take place at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Musicians, dancers, groups/crews, spoken word artists of any backgrounds and styles wishing to engage with multidisciplinary art forms interlaced with Hip Hop culture are welcome to apply.
It is a free opportunity for emerging artists over 18yrs old, which are at the start of their creative career or already in the professional industry wanting to try new ideas.
The project provides free space, workshops, mentoring and directions, choreographic tools and movement workshops.
Collaboration with all artists involved will be encouraged
Send a short idea proposal, cv and videos of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org
published on Thursday, 15 September, 2016
Michael Clark Company (UK, London) Professional Workshop
This is a(n) workshop and closes on August 30, 2016
There are a few places still available on the Michael Clark Company Barbican Weekend Lab 10-11 September, so we have decided to extend the deadline to noon on 30 August.Barbican Weekend Lab: Michael Clark Company
When: 10-11 September, 10:30am - 4:30pm
Where: Milton Court Rehearsal Rooms at Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Led by current company dancers, this two-day workshop is an opportunity to delve into the techniques demanded by Michael Clark's choreography, and learn elements of company rep.
As part of the Lab, you will receive a ticket to the highly anticipated new Michael Clark Company performance, premiering at the Barbican in October 2016.
This Lab is by application, and is suitable for dance students, graduates and emerging professional dancers, with strong contemporary and/or ballet technique, aged 18+. The deadline for applications is noon on Tuesday 30 August.
Bursary places are available for this Lab. The usual price for the 2-day workshop is £85 plus booking fee*
*60p booking fee per online transaction, 70p by phone. No fee when tickets are booked in person.
Please send your CV (feel free to include images/video links) and a short written statement (200 words) on how this Weekend Lab will benefit your practice to:
A limited number of free bursary places are available if you are unable to attend this Lab due to your financial circumstances. To apply for a bursary place, in addition to your application, please email email@example.com, with the following information:
- Please tell us what you would gain from participating in this Lab
- Please give us an outline of your financial circumstances, making it clear why you would be unable to attend without a bursary place
The deadline for applications is noon on Tuesday 30 August.
published on Sunday, 28 August, 2016
BalleyBoyz (UK) Choreographer Commission
This is a(n) opportunity and closes on September 14, 2016
Following successful searches in 2010 and 2014 BalletBoyz announce its third Choreographic Search. We are looking for talented choreographers to create a new and original work on the company with the potential for it to be performed at Sadler's Wells and on UK and International tours.
The search is open to all choreographers over the age of 18 regardless of previous commissions or experience.
Artistic Directors Michael Nunn & William Trevitt will shortlist 4 individuals who will each get to spend a day working with the company. After a short sharing at the end of the week, one choreographer will be commissioned to create a new work.
If you would like to be considered, please upload an example of your recent work to Vimeo or YouTube and email the link (including any password) along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
If short-listed, you will be required to work in our studio in Kingston for one day during the week commencing 26th September 2016 and be available for the selection day on Friday 30th September 2016. The eventual commission will be created during a rehearsal period in 2017.
PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ARE UNAVAILABLE ON THE DATES ABOVE
The deadline for submissions is Wednesday 14th September 2016
published on Monday, 15 August, 2016
The Bench (UK) Female Dance Maker Development
This is a(n) opportunity and closes on August 26, 2016
The BENCH is back! Thanks to support from Arts Council England and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Year 2 of this game changing UK-wide programme will run from 2016-2017. Annually, The BENCH offers a select number of female choreographers working in the UK (who consider themselves to be mid-career) an opportunity to participate in a 9 month programme of training, discussions, debates and mentoring.
It offers a complete package of practical and theoretical advice, training and guidance, as well as opportunities to network, discuss and debate with other artists, producers and venues. In year 1 of The BENCH we selected 5 women to participate in the programme. This year, 2016-2017, we are inviting 7 women to join us and be part of a ground breaking initiative that will change the arts sector for the better.
The BENCH will prepare participants for an ever changing arts landscape, giving them the confidence and ability to stop sitting on the side-lines, get their talent and artistic voice heard and develop a strong network of future female choreographers.
Successful candidates for 2016-2017 will receive:
2 x practical and lecture based intensives to work directly with a range of leading choreographers, industry experts and business leaders (Friday 28 - Sunday 30 October, Herefordshire and Friday 9 - Sunday 11 December, Herefordshire)
up to 4 contact days with an individual mentor who is an established female choreographer
a bursary of £750 per candidate to contribute towards expenses
a chance to pitch and be commissioned by 2Faced Dance Company to create a new work that will tour the UK from autumn 2017
a chance to gain one of three £1,000 seed commissions towards a new work
access to rehearsal space at 2Faced Dance Company's base in Hereford (within specified times between November 2016 and May 2017).
The BENCH is open to applications from female choreographers who have:
an established artistic practice, process and body of work in any genre of dance
experience choreographing and presenting work professionally
the ambition to have a sustainable career as a choreographer.
The deadline for applications is 5.00pm on Friday 26th August 2016. To apply to be a part of The BENCH www.the-bench.org/about
For more information about the programme www.the-bench.org
published on Monday, 8 August, 2016
National Rural Touring (UK, London)
This is a(n) opportunity and closes on August 31, 2016
The National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF) has joined forces with The Place, Take Art and China Plate to initiate a new 3 year project to stimulate the touring and making of dance for rural areas, funded by Arts Council England through their Strategic Touring programme. This project is currently in its second year.
We're looking for existing shows - artists who have a show which you think is ready to tour rurally, or ready with some adaptations, and is available to tour in autumn 2017 and spring 2018.
To find out more, visit http://www.theplace.org.uk/rural-touring
Deadline for submissions is midnight on Monday 31 August 2016.
published on Friday, 22 July, 2016
Vertigo Dance Company (Israel) Professional Class (Audition)
This is a(n) class and closes on August 11, 2016
A rare opportunity to learn from dance masters and co-creators, choreographer and artistic director Noa Wertheim and her sister, assistant choreographer Rina Wertheim-Koren in this challenging and inspiring 4-day workshop introducing the building blocks of the Vertigo dance language and Vertigo dance repertoire.
Vertigo Dance Company Summer 2016 Master Class + Audition
International Masterclass August 8-11, 2016
Audition Friday, August 12 at 10:00
At the Vertigo Eco-Art Village, Kibbutz Netiv HaLamed Heh, Israel
Master Class: 1,500 ILS
Meals: 400 ILS
Audition: No charge
Accommodation: On-site shared sleeping area with mattresses provided
For more information and registration you are welcome to contact us at +972-2-9900235 or email@example.com
published on Tuesday, 19 July, 2016
Professional Class (UK, London) Tavaziva Dance
This is a(n) class and closes on August 25, 2016
Dancers and Students: Want to stay fit over the summer? Come and join us for our new weekly open classes! Bawren will be teaching his unique synthesis of ballet, contemporary and African dance styles in a highly energetic, intricate and physically challenging class.
Tavaziva was established in 2004 by Zimbabwean-born Bawren Tavaziva. The company tour works nationally and runs a wide range of training and education programmes.
Venue: Studio 68, 68 Ewer St, London SE1 0NR
Time: 10:30-12 (studio open from 10am)
Thursday 11 August
Thursday 18 August
Thursday 25 August
Following dates to be announced soon.
Cost: £8 per class or £20 for a 3 class carnet.
Tickets are available online or pay in cash on the door. Places are limited so booking in advance is advised click here for details: www.tavazivadance.com/whats-on
Changing room and showers available (extra £1 for shower, £1 for towel). Nearest stations:
Southwark (jubilee line), Borough (northern line) For more information please call the office on 020 7382 7170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
published on Tuesday, 19 July, 2016
Eleanor Sikorski (UK, London) Professional Workshop
This is a(n) workshop and closes on July 23, 2016
Eleanor will lead two sessions exploring how we can dance confidently, without needing to be sure of what we are doing, and how we can talk without hesitation, without needing to know what we are talking about.
The workshop will involve dancing and speaking. We will improvise with each other, in duets and larger groups, finding many sources of energy and enjoyment so that we can keep going and going... or at least believe that we can.
Hopefully we will be entertained by what we and others are doing. There will be touch, weight bearing, word association, listening, watching, music, food and more.
K5 workshop with Ellie Sikorski.
23rd and/or 24th July
12pm - 6pm
Unit K5 Arena Design Centre
71 Ashfield Road
1 Day £30
2 Days £50
including freshly cooked lunch
More info at: http://www.josscarter.co.uk
After studying dance, Eleanor Sikorski started making solo performances, using patterns and language to create recognisable sequences and images - inviting common understanding between her and her audience. Favouring clear communication over form, her work has taken many shapes: dance, cabaret, comedy, film and music - drawing increasingly on the narrative of her own life and the wider social commentary which is brought to light.
Her solo work has been commissioned by Dance Umbrella (Big hands, big heart, 2014) and by BELLYFLOP Magazine (Cake, 2013, for Sadler's Wells Wild Card). She also works collaboratively with Flora Wellesley Wesley as 'Nora' - together commissioning artists Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion, Liz Aggiss and Simon Tanguy to make duets for them to perform. She has worked as a dancer for Eva Recacha, Seke Chimutengwende, Igor and Moreno, Evangelia Kolyra, and Alexandre Achour (Berlin), Gillie Kleiman and Sara Lindström.
published on Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
Inky Cloak (UK) Seeks Choreographer
This is a(n) job and closes on July 25, 2016
We are looking for a male contemporary choreographer to work on our new show We Raise Our Hands In The Sanctuary, at The Albany next year. Performance run 31 January to 11 February 2017. Rehearsals in London 9 to 30 January 2017. The show is co-produced by Inky Cloak and The Albany and supported by Arts Council England.
We Raise Our Hands In The Sanctuary combines drama, dance and nightclubbing to tell the story of two gay teenagers who free themselves from the racism, homophobia and hardship of early 1980s London to create an underground club night that is the secular sanctuary of the title - only to have their achievement threatened by ambition, addiction and AIDS. With gentrification closing LGBT clubs and pubs at an alarming rate, the piece spotlights the enduring significance of queer space: we all need a place to be what we want to be.
We are looking for a contemporary choreographer with knowledge of and passion for the club and street styles of the 1980s to work with a diverse company of male actors and dancers.
We are particularly interested in hearing from BAME applicants because of the diversity of the cast and the characters of the story. There are two dancers' roles: we are open to exploring the possibility of the choreographer taking one of the roles.
Choreography fee: £1800. Additional rehearsal and performances fees (if applicable) £440 per week. To express your interest in this opportunity, please send your CV, headshot and a link to your online showreels (choreography / dance) (YouTube/Vimeo/etc) to email@example.com by 5pm Monday 25 July 2016.
published on Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
Neon Dance (UK, Swindon) Professional Intensive
This is a(n) workshop and closes on August 13, 2016
Neon Dance Summer Intensive at Swindon Dance on Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th August 10am - 4pm.
A two-day intensive designed to offer participants an insight into Neon Dance's approach to dance and dance making. Aimed at both professionals and students in full-time training, join Neon Dance for two jam-packed days of contemporary technique, improvisation to live music and choreographic play!
Get fit, get inspired!
£60 early bird (booking by 30th June) | £80
To book your place:
published on Thursday, 7 July, 2016
Two Thirds Sky (UK, Bedford) Professional Intensive
This is a(n) workshop and closes on August 1, 2016
Two Thirds Sky: Intensive for Dance Practitioners. We are hosting a three-day intensive for performers, facilitators and students of dance. The programme features guest artists from across Europe, to deliver challenging and creative sessions informed by the companies they have worked with.
The residency welcomes: Laura Gibson (specialist technique teacher and performer with
Two Thirds Sky), artists from BalletBoyz, Urban/Hip-hop performer Matthew Walker from Ombrascura Dance, contemporary ballet with Effie McGuire Ward, and TTS AD Lisa Spackman, will be opening up the company's creative approach. In addition the course offers parallel sessions in yoga.
The schedule includes:
• Contemporary technique
• Dynamic partner work
• Contemporary Ballet
• Urban Fusion: Hip-hop / B-boy/girl / Commercial 'House'
• Approaches to improvisation - Two Thirds Sky
• Yoga for dancers
The intensive is set in the company's riverside studios in Bedford and the three days includes refreshment. There are regular fast trains from London (an hour from St. Pancras), and there is parking at the site.
Dates/Times: Monday 1st - Wednesday 3rd August, 2016 (11am - 5pm)
Address: Springs studio, Bedford College, Cauldwell St. Bedford MK42 9AH
Cost: £200 (for the 3 day programme)
Special Offer: £90 for students / recent graduates
Places are limited: For more information and to reserve your place email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Or go to www.twothirdssky.co.uk
published on Thursday, 7 July, 2016
Grid Arts (Milton Keynes, UK) Producer
This is a(n) job and closes on July 11, 2016
Home Sweet Home, a project for MK50 (Milton Keynes' 50th birthday), requires a Producer to support and action.
a) Community and professional development across the communities of the Milton Keynes grid to engage up to 30 community groups, working in partnership with a team of professional artists to develop work leading up to the final performance in October 2017.
b) Fund-raising bids to support funds in place and to enable further development across the time-span of the project, culminating in October 2017.
c) Scheduling of artists and outreach including overall communication with artistic team.
Home Sweet Home is an ambitious cross-disciplinary performance/art work in Milton Keynes; which is working with dance, theatre and film projection/light installation artists led through Grid Arts. Grid Arts is a new collaborative team that includes artistic leads in dance, theatre and light projection art. This project will be embedded in, and inspired by, up to 30 communities across Milton Keynes.
Through a series of workshops in different disciplines, community groups will work with artists/performers to devise new work, which will eventually be incorporated into performances within their own communities and/or a chance to be involved in a large-scale public performance as part of Milton Keynes' 50th anniversary in October 2017.
The team currently working on this project are well experienced artists and practitioners who have worked internationally and are using this project to collaborate to create an inspiring and unique work for Milton Keynes with a dedication to community-engagement. They now need additional support to ensure the project progresses and engages across the Milton Keynes grid.
2. Tasks and Responsibilities
The tasks will predominantly include:
Coordination of the project planning group
Fundraising for stages including research, development and implementation.
Budget monitoring and reporting with creative directors.
Community engagement planning
Support for residency at MK College in September/October 2016
Planning and coordination with artistic team for finale event in 2017
Working alongside the artistic team to implement an effective marketing campaign.
The Producer will be required to: Attend project planning meetings an report regularly to the Grid Arts professional and creative team.
3. Skills & Experience
A proven track record as a producer of arts and cultural projects.
Experience of working in partnership.
Experience of working on community engagement projects.
Experience of fundraising for arts and cultural projects.
A good or interested knowledge in the Milton Keynes area.
4. Budget & Fees
There is a fixed fee of £5,000 for this piece of work.
Application Deadline: July 11th 5pm. Interviews (if required): w/c 17th July TBC. Contract start date: 8th August. Contract end date: May 2017
To apply for this role please submit a current and relevant CV and a covering letter up to two A4 pages addressing points 2, 3 and 4 above (including a breakdown of your fee and allocation). Submissions to be sent to: email@example.com
published on Thursday, 23 June, 2016
TrashDollys Dance Theatre (UK, London) Professional Intensive
This is a(n) workshop and closes on July 16, 2016
A rare opportunity to experience Artistic Director Sam Amos' process of dismantling the form to discover refreshing and innovative ways of moving on the floor and through space. The workshop focuses on accessing and unlocking power in unlikely positions, whilst maintaining effortless flow and control. The initial emphasis will be on technique followed by a shift into more creative territory and will include useful choreographic tools for dance makers.
Sam Amos | Alex Rowland | Lewis Wilkins
16th & 17th July
(Saturday | 10:00 - 16:00)
(Sunday | 12:00 - 18:00)
29A Amelia St,
2 Days: £70 Full Price / £60 Equity Members / £50 Students
1 Day: £40 Full Price / £35 Equity Members / £30 Students
Early Bird Offer: 10% off when booked before 20th June
Booking & Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
[ Company Website ]
published on Wednesday, 15 June, 2016
Michael Clark Company (UK, London) Open professional Class
This is a(n) class and closes on August 31, 2016
Throughout summer 2016 Michael Clark Company is holding open company class in London. Class will be advanced contemporary and ballet, so graduation from vocational training is a must. Space is limited and attendance is by invitation only.
To be considered, professional dancers should email a CV and images (maximum file size 2MB)/video links email@example.com. Participation in company class is free but at the company's discretion.
published on Wednesday, 15 June, 2016
Motionhouse Dance Theatre (Leamington, UK) Professional Intensive
This is a(n) workshop and closes on August 14, 2016
A week-long intensive exploring the work of Motionhouse with opportunities to experience our unique approach to partnering and the use of sets first-hand. Aimed at dance professionals and those in professional training, this week is a chance to push your physicality beyond technique and gain a new and daring set of skills.
Motionhouse Professional Intensive
15-19 August 2016
10.00am-5.00pm daily (starting at 10.30am on 15 August only)
Each day you will be led through a technique class by company members followed by a contact improvisation and parterning session led by our Rehearsals Director, Junior Cunningham. You will be given insight into the work of the company: learning repetoire from two of our internationally acclaimed theatre shows, Broken and Scattered. You will be introduced to the specific skills and aerial training required to work on our outdoor and indoor sets and learn how we transfer choreographic inputs, adapting them to our performance environment.
The week aims to build our confidence on the floor and in the air, and is a rare opportunity to work alongside our dancers.
10.00am-11.30am: Technique class
11.45am-13.30pm: Contact improvisation/partnering
14.30pm-17.00pm: Repertoire session/work on sets
Location: Motionhouse Studio, Spencer Yard, Leamington Spa, CV31 3SY
+ Warehouse creation space in Warwick (transport to warehouse provided)
£250 / £210 early bird offer until Friday 10 June
Non-refundable deposit of £50 to hold a place. Final payment due by 1 August.
Click here (word document) to download an application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here (word document) to download the full information pack
Enquiries / booking: email@example.com / 01926 887052
published on Friday, 10 June, 2016
Tanzcompagnie Konzert Theater (Bern, Switzerland)
This is a(n) job and closes on July 31, 2016
Tanzcompagnie Konzert Theater Bern and its director Estefania Miranda are looking for a Choreographic Assistant Preferably from August 29, 2016 onwards (or later).
- Assisting Estefania Miranda and guest choreographers during the process of creation
- Leading rehearsals during the absence of choreographers
- Helping the rehearsal director with the coordination between dance department and costume, make-up, props, sound/video and stage operations departments
- Being backstage or in the auditorium during performances
- Extensive professional experience as a Choreographic Assistant, preferably for
contemporary dance or dance theatre productions
- Being able to organize, to work independently, creatively and under pressure
- Fluent in English, knowledge of German is highly appreciated
- Knowledge of the German theatre structure would be an advantage
Contracts could be issued both for a single production (3 months) or for a longer period
Please send your CV in German or English (with a headshot) to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 17, 2016.
published on Wednesday, 8 June, 2016
Sam Coren 'Dim Timbre workshop' (UK, London)
This is a(n) workshop and closes on June 25, 2016
Sam trained at the London Contemporary Dance School obtaining BA (2009) and MA (2015) degrees in performance & choreography. As a performer Sam has has worked with some of the leading dance and theatre companies including Jasmin Vardimon Company, Ultima Vez (Monkey Sandwich R&D) and most recently spent 5 years as a full time member of Hofesh Shechter company.
Other projects include working with Antony Gormley & Hofesh Shechter on the project 'survivor' (Barbican, 2012) and critically acclaimed opera Orpheus Et Eurydice (Royal Opera House, 2015) amongst others. He has also appeared in numerous music videos and film shorts. In 2015 Sam established his own company 'Dim Timbre' to create work separate from his performance career and has upcoming commissions in Canada and Spain.
For more information; www.samcoren.co.uk
The workshop will draw from Sam's career as a performer, and the choreographic belief that work is driven by the strength of the performer. We will use improvisation and theatrical tasks to explore different textures, emotions and characters in the body, while remaining present in the 'scene' or 'world' we create, as Sam continues to build a methodology which combines dance and theatre training.
We will create scenes, solos and sequences of emotional poignancy while treading the line between realism and abstraction, lastly discuss what being a believable, honest and strong performer feels like and looks like. Sam will also use the intimacy of the k5 workshop to begin exploring choreographic ideas for upcoming creations/commissions as "Dim Timbre"
25th and/or 26th June
12pm - 6pm
Workshop will take place at Unit K5 Arena Design Centre, 71 Ashfield Road. London. N4 1FF.
1 Day £40
2 Days £70
including freshly cooked lunch
Subject title: [YOUR NAME] K5 SAM COREN
published on Monday, 6 June, 2016
Professional Intensive (Brighton, UK)
This is a(n) workshop and closes on July 1, 2016
Two Week Intensive in Brighton with Theo Clinkard, Antonia Grove, Flexer & Sandiland, Yael Karavan and Victoria Fox. The programme features some of the most exciting Brighton based dance professionals and offers a series of dance-packed mornings leading to a showcase at Brighton Dome.
Week 1 - 20th June - 24th June - full week choreographic lab with Theo Clinkard
This week will enable participants to become familiar with Clinkard's movement style and choreographic work, through daily technique classes and workshops, leading to making a short (10/15min) performance.
Each day will start with a class that is both challenging and playful, followed by a focused session where participants can delve into some of the ideas relating to Theo's current work. Through the week Theo will develop material with the participants, using exploratory and creative tasks, to make a short group performance. This will be performed as part of Brighton Dance Network showcase on July 1st.
Week 2 - 27th June - 1st July - Meet local dancers and choreographers. This week will enable participants to meet, and get a flavour for the styles and work of four local dance artists and companies.
Day 1 - Flexer & Sandiland company dancers - Starting with a technique class, repertoire and improvisation, and leading to choreographic tasks based on the company's productions.
Day 2 - Victoria Fox - Physical theatre for the contemporary dancer - clarifying intention.
Day 3 - Yael Karavn - Exploring a palette of tools and possibilities in the creative process, drawing on elements of contemporary dance, physical theatre, Butoh and mime.
Day 4 - Antonia Grove (Probe Project) - Generating movement using improvisation, abstract movement composition and more dance theatre orientated gameplay.
Day 5 - Preparation for evening performance - This day will include a warm up session with Tamar Daly leading to a tech rehearsal for the evening performance of the group work by Theo Clinkard made in week 1.
The programme runs weekdays from 9am to 12:20pm, with a performance on 1st July at 7pm. The full programme costs £350, deadline for applications 1st June
To sign up or make an enquiry please email email@example.com
[ More Information ]
published on Friday, 20 May, 2016
Tavaziva Dance (UK) Professional Workshop
This is a(n) workshop and closes on May 28, 2016
Do you want to push your dance technique stamina and strength to a new level? Join our intensive two-day professional programme of classes and choreography with Bawren Tavaziva. His bold, dynamic and original approach to synthesizing Ballet, Contemporary and African dance, has won him high acclaim from dancers and audiences alike.
Prepare for a physically demanding but highly enjoyable experience. Classes will include Ballet, Contemporary and Zimbabwean dance styles Jerusarema, Mhande and The Dinhe. Limited spaces available.
Book on-line at tavazivadance.com
For questions or more information, please call 020 8365 9150 or email
Date: Saturday 28 - Sunday 29 May 2017
Venue: The Place, 17 Dukes Road, WC1H 9PY
Cost: £80 (£65 early bird before 6 May).
Level: Suitable for professional dancers or those in training.
published on Wednesday, 18 May, 2016
Joe Goode (France) Professional Workshop
This is a(n) workshop and closes on August 15, 2016
Spend a week in France with Joe Goode reacquainting yourself with your own gentle body and its wisdom. Goode's unique teaching style incorporates movement, writing, and spoken word. Participants will learn to be more aware and compassionate communicators, and creative and mindful individuals.
Each day will be comprised of several sessions that incorporate meditation, gentle floor exercises, opening the voice, and simple improvisational scores that focus on listening, feeling, and accepting the body. Develop skills that can be used in a creative practice, in the work place, and everyday life. The workshop is designed for all ages and bodies. No dance or movement experience is necessary.
2013 06 SWW Wed Night-47-Edit-3La Ferme de Villefavard, 2 ½ hours by train from Paris, is nestled in the lush and historically rich Limousin region of France. La Ferme, an internationally renowned retreat center in an old converted farm, is dedicated to providing an environment for artistic creativity.
Students can expect to enjoy old-world elegance in 19th Century stone villas, spacious and comfortable lounges, large open tree-lined gardens, footpaths, hiking trails and a lake.
The retreat will begin with dinner on Monday, August 15th, and will end with lunch on Saturday, August 20th. Participants may also arrive on Sunday, August 14th to see Joe Goode Performance Group perform in the Festival du Haut Limousin!
Price: single $1,975; double $1,825; triple $1,625. Includes lodging, arrival/departure shuttles to/from retreat center and local train station, three fabulous home-cooked French meals per day using fresh local farm produce (and cheese).
A security deposit will be required to confirm your registration to the workshop.
To register online please click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
published on Wednesday, 18 May, 2016
This is a(n) workshop and closes on June 16, 2016
YDance have a range of professional development opportunities coming up in June, specifically tailored for Dance Artists working in education and communities who want to refresh and develop their skills and knowledge in dance education, safe practice and creative learning.
The sessions will take place in Glasgow between 7 - 16 June, with each day focusing on working with young people in different settings.
7 June - Teaching Dance in Primary Schools - A Creative Approach
14 June - Teaching Without Shouting
15 June - Teaching Dance in Secondary Schools - Making It Work!
16 June - Inclusive Dance Practice Day
All sessions run from 10am - 2:30pm, and cost £50(+VAT). Further information and bookings can be made on the YDance website: Click Here
published on Monday, 9 May, 2016
Free Fall Dance (UK, Falmouth)
This is a(n) workshop and closes on August 5, 2016
Kick start your summer and join Freefall for its 6th annual Summer Intensive - two days of vigorous physical training of the highest quality. Designed to inspire and challenge aspiring dancers (16+) through to practicing professionals, the two days offer a package of dance, Pilates and yoga classes taught by experienced local and National specialists in their field at Falmouth University's state of the art dance studios.
Freefall Dance Summer Intensive 2016
6th & 7th August
This year artists include: Nikki O'Hara (Motionhouse), James Wilton (James Wilton Dance), Luke Birch (Yael Flexer, Rosmary Lee), Charlotte Eatock (Henry Oguike, Richard Alston) Sally Knight (Cscape, Pilates Foundation), and Simon Birch
9.30am - 5pm
£95 for 2 days, £85 early bird ticket (book before 6th May)
To book visit: www.freefalldance.co.uk
Further enquiries: email@example.com
published on Monday, 11 April, 2016
Dance Italia (Italy)
This is a(n) workshop and closes on May 31, 2016
Announcing the sixth edition of DANCE ITALIA: a summer dance intensive bringing world-renowned, cutting-edge, contemporary choreographers and teachers to a select group of advanced level dance students in an open and professional environment in Italy. This program offers a rigorous dance experience in a profound atmosphere of cultural exchange.
Previous editions have included students and teachers from Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain and the US.
When & Where: Dance Italia 2016
Agropoli - July 10-15 Classes run Sunday through Friday concluding with a performance at the beautiful Castello Aragonese.
Distinguished Improvisation teacher Piero Leccese and New York based choreographer Stefanie Nelson will create new work with students in a collaborative setting. This condensed 6-day intensive, creative process will provide students an intimate and exceptional professional experience.
Lucca - July 18-August 5 Classes run Monday through Friday, in the picturesque city of Lucca, located on the Tuscan coast of Italy.
Dance Italia offers guided tours, meal plans, and the unique opportunity to access Italian culture while pursuing creative and artistic fulfillment.
COUNTERTECHNIQUE, Taught by Elita Cannata
DAVID ZAMBRANO'S FLYING LOW TECHNIQUE , Taught by Cristina Planas Leitão
GAGA/BAT-SHEVA REPERTORY, Taught by Shaked Dagan
*Each workshop can be taken separately without registration of the full program*
published on Thursday, 11 February, 2016